12 Best Spanish Restaurants In The Country
With its original home nestled in a cosy, tucked away location in Alabang, Bar Pintxos has managed to provide Manila with one of the more authentic experiences in Catalan-based and tapas-centric dining.
The cosy setting comes to life in technicolour especially when the restaurant and wine bar is full at night. It’s a great place to bring friends for some wine and cheese.
3/12Casa Uno at Circa 1900
Housed in a beautifully restored ancestral property, this charming restaurant has its own organic garden and serves an eclectic international menu by the Australian-born chef Steve Shrimski. It offers a mix of just about everything to suit a wide- ranging palate.
Dine there once, and the next time you'll feel like you've been a long-time guest to the Gamboa family kitchen. The proprietors' and staff's familiarity with your preferences is a mark of thoughtful, personalised service.
This excellent restaurant transports you, through it’s cuisine, to San Sebastián in the Basque region of Spain. Enjoy authentic tapas and pintxos in a refined setting.
6/12Enye by Chele Gonzalez
The popular Spanish chef Chele Gonzalez (of Gallery VASK fame) brings his culinary mastery down south, to a romantic nook of the luxurious Crimson Resort and Spa Mactan.
It evokes images of tapas bars in continental Spain—serving a varietyofcoldandhotpica-pica,paellas,coldcuts,andcheeses and buttressed by an extensive wine list (dominated by Spanish vineyards) and refreshing cocktail concoctions.
8/12The Pig and Palm
Dig into sinful experimental modern Spanish tapas by no less than the Michelin-starred British chef Jason Atherton. The focus? The name says it all—pork dishes, of course!
Rambla is a young, hip destination which serves familiar Spanish dishes with a modern twist. The ambience is relaxed, the music is current, the cocktails are excellent, and the food is delicious.
A modern spin on classic Spanish tapas and more substantial Iberian fare are what diners can expect. This is definitely a choice for nights out with friends as dishes are big enough to share. The wine selection is a pleasant mix of Old World and New World bottles, as well as a fine selection of cavas for a touch of sparkle.
There are a growing number of Spanish restaurants in the metropolis ranging from average to astounding. This is well placed in the upper range and comes with a gourmet store to boot.
Tomatito, which means little tomato, is a chic tapas bar featuring both classic and modern Spanish cuisine. You will find sexy interpretations of your favourite flavours and beloved staples.